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  1. Graphic novel, The Umbrella Academy, is getting a 10 episode live action series on Netflix. Steve Blackman will be showrunner and producer. He also produces on Fargo and Legion. I know nothing about it, so I'll just paste this. Apparently it's popular and award winning.
  2. New show based on a George RR Martin novella, which was previously adapted as a movie in 1987. Some scientists and a telepath travel on a spaceship, Nightflyer, to the edge of the solar system to try to contact alien life. Things go wrong. Co-produced by SyFy and Netflix, with Netflix having international rights. GRRM isn't directly involved in the show (apart from appearing in the trailer below), keeping busy on other stuff, but does get credited as Executive Producer. Apparently filmed in Limerick, where I didn't even know they had studios.
  3. Netflix show based on a 1959 Shirley Jackson gothic horror novel, but with the plot updated. Coming on 12 October. Created and directed by Mike Flanagan, of Oculus and Gerald's Game. It's about a group of siblings who lived in what would later become the most famous haunted house in the country. As adults they are brought back together and must face the ghosts of their past (cliche alert).
  4. JohnC

    Love, Death & Robots

    https://deadline.com/2019/01/love-death-and-robots-first-look-photos-david-fincher-tim-miller-netflix-1202530682/ David Fincher and Tim Miller are bringing an animated anthology series to Netflix. An 18 part series with episodes ranging from 5 to 15 minutes, each created by different animator teams around the world in different styles. Sci-fi, fantasy, horror and dark comedy.
  5. JohnC

    Shaft (2019)

    New Line are doing another reboot of Shaft. It'll be directed by Tim Story, of the 05 and 07 Fantastic Four movies and 3 Kevin Hart Ride along movies. It'll be written by Kenya Barris (Black-ish) and Alex Barnow (The Goldbergs). Story details are being kept under wraps, but word is it'll be about John Shaft's son.
  6. David Attenborough doing another planet-spanning show, this time on Netflix. 8 parts, coming on 5 April. Super Bowl ad, with not a single Superb Owl in sight
  7. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/zack-snyder-returns-movies-zombie-pic-army-dead-1178979 Netflix are letting Zack Snyder loose on Army of the Dead. He literally says "There are no handcuffs on me at all with this one". It's a heist movie set during a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas. A group of mercenaries are gathered to pull off the greatest heist ever attempted, inside the quarantined zone. Visionary.
  8. From the studio that brought you the best Resident Evil movie series starring Milla Jojovich OF ALL TIME and Netfix. Not a lot of detail yet, but they plan to do exciting things such as "expand the universe" and "deepen the existing mythology". It'll explore the dark inner workings of Umbrella Corporation and the new world order. The latter are wrestlers, right?
  9. This comes from the Netflix Millarworld deal. Chris McKay will direct the Netflix adaptation of the Mark Millar comic Reborn. One of the producers is Sandra Bullock, who may also be cast in it.
  10. Yet another version of Godzilla, this time CG anime. It's coming from Toho and Polygon Pictures. Anyone who's seen Knights of Sidonia or Blame will know the style (if you don't, don't expect Pixar). It's opening theatrically in Japan in November before streaming globally "this year". At the end of the 20th century, Kaiju's emerge. Mankind fight a losing battle, until 2048, when a number of chosen humans board a spacecraft to move to another world. However, when they get there, the planet isn't as suitable as they had thought, so they head back to Earth. When they reach Earth again, 20,000 years have passed (though only decades on the ship, so I assume relativity is at play here) and Godzilla is reigning over a new ecosystem. Here's a non-subtitled teaser, not that there's much dialogue.
  11. New workplace comedy based on Donald Trump's announcement of a new Space Force. That's where we are now. Created by Steve Carell and Greg Daniels of The Office (US version) and starring Carell. It's about the people tasked with creating the Space Force after the announcement.
  12. JohnC

    Russian Doll

    It's Groudhog Day all over again. Created by Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland, it stars Lyonne as a party guest who keeps reliving the party and getting killed. Coming on 1 February. Trailer contains swearing
  13. The Coen Brothers are coming to Netflix with The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, in 2018. It's a 6 part western anthology series set in the frontiers of the American West. Each episode tells a different story, tied together by Buster Scruggs, played by Tim Blake Nelson. The Coens are writing and directing. [edit] Now a movie instead of TV series.
  14. Netflix are making a prequel to The Dark Crystal. It's a 10 part series, produced by The Jim Henson Company with Louis Leterrier directing. *sploosh* [edit] A bit more detail
  15. This was announced ages ago and just earlier today I was wondering if it had been dumped. Now they've released a teaser, urging you not to watch. We've got Patrick Warburton as Lemony Snicket, Neil Patrick Harris as Olaf as well as Joan Cusack and Aasif Mandvi. Comes out Friday, 13 January, 2017.
  16. This Andy Serkis version was doing the rounds about the same time as Favreau's Disney version and there was doubt it would get made as a result. But WB are pushing ahead. It will supposedly have a darker tone, which the original story apparently has, in comparison to the Disney versions. There's some big names attached too. https://screenrant.com/jungle-book-andy-serkis-mowgli-synopsis/
  17. https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/nov/27/netflix-announces-plans-to-adapt-roald-dahl-stories Netflix got the rights to a bunch of Roald Dahl stories and are going to animate them. Included are Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator The BFG The Twits Matilda George’s Marvellous Medicine Boy: Tales of Childhood Going Solo The Enormous Crocodile The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me Henry Sugar Billy and the Minpins The Magic Finger Esio Trot Dirty Beasts Rhyme Stew Some not included are James and the Giant Peach, Danny the Champion of the World and Fantastic Mr Fox.
  18. http://deadline.com/2017/07/disenchantment-matt-groening-netflix-animated-comedy-20-episode-order-abbi-jacobson-nat-faxon-eric-andre-voice-cast-1202135218/ Matt Groening is doing a new adult animation on Netflix. Already ordered 20 episodes, in two seasons of 10. Abbi Jacobson, Nat Faxon and Eric Andre lead the cast, with John DiMaggio, Billy West, Maurice LaMarche, Tress MacNeille, David Herman, Matt Berry, Jeny Batten, Rich Fulcher, Noel Fielding and Lucy Montgomery also voicing. Lots of familiar names from both sides of the Atlantic there. It's set in a crumbling medieval kingdom of Dreamland with lots of the usual fantasy type races. As usual with Groening, it's being animated by Rough Draft.
  19. Del Toro plans stop-motion 'Pinocchio' Del Toro teaming up with Henson Company for a stop-motion movie. Penned by Del Toro and someone called Gris Grimley who did a version of the book in 2002. I don't know him, but maybe some of you do. Oh, and one word which seems to stand out there is necrophilia...
  20. Netflix always seem to do something for Christmas and this year Kurt Russel is Santa in a movie produced by Chris Columbus. It's coming on 22 November. Two kids want to catch Santa on camera but it ends with him crashing in Chicago and, OMG, Christmas is at risk. The three team up to get things back on track. I suspect a happy ending.
  21. JohnC

    Maniac

    Maniac, a dark comedy staring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill as two strangers drawn to a mysterious pharmaceutical trial. Unsurprisingly, things don't go as planned. Also stars Justin Theroux as the drug's inventor and Sally Field in a recurring role. It's a limited run 10-episode series directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga. Based on a Norwegian series of the same name. Seems to have some good ingredients at least. Streaming on 21 September. Teaser doesn't give much away.
  22. https://deadline.com/2018/10/netflix-the-chronicles-of-narnia-tv-series-and-films-eone-1202475272/ Netflix have got the rights to all the books and to develop other stories in the universe, working with Entertainment One and The C.S. Lewis Company. It covers both movies and TV. It's apparently the first time one company got the rights to all the books. The previous movies and attempts to continue them must have been on a case-by-case basis. eOne and Sony were going to make another movie together, but eOne then decided they want to go bigger, got The C.S. Lewis Company to agree, and the whole thing ended up at Netflix.
  23. They're giving a live-action Avatar another go, after that movie which doesn't exist. It's being run by the original animated show's creators/showrunners and will be on Netflix, in partnership with Nickelodeon. They specifically mention a culturally-appropriate, non-whitewashed cast and that Netflix are backing them in their vision to go even deeper into the characters, story, action, and world-building. Also this concept art
  24. Netflix, David Fincher and Charlize Theron are doing a show based on the true crime book Mind Hunter: Inside FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit. Stars Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany, Anna Torv and Hannah Gross. Set in 1979, FBI agents interview serial killers to help solve current murders. Their boss (I'm assuming it is) doesn't seem too pleased with that plan, from the teaser. Coming in October. http://deadline.com/2017/03/mindhunter-trailer-netflix-david-fincher-charlize-theron-series-holt-mccallanay-video-1202032899/
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